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Same-sex marriage seemed impossible until the first couples were married in Massachusetts 15 years ago this week. Now it is the law of the land, but not everyone wants it to stay that way.

Gay-Marriage Opponents Hope Trump’s Judicial Appointees Will Overturn The Law

By Gabrielle Emanuel NPR
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